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Give These 5 Financial Podcasts A Listen

Now that a lot of us might not be commuting in and out of work every day, we might have a little bit more free time on our hands. This opens the door to so many possibilities, one rewarding idea would be to start listening to some financial podcasts. The hard part is finding the right podcast to fill up this newfound time of yours, and if you’re looking to gain some financial advice, the list of available podcasts is very long. To make your life a little easier, and to start you off in the right direction, we list 5 of the top financial podcasts you can learn from this summer.

1. Afford Anything

The best type of podcast is a podcast you can relate to. Paula Pant, in her podcast “Afford Anything”, gives advice on how to live comfortably without having to sacrifice too much. She interviews guests and talks about the different approaches you can take to managing your money depending on your lifestyle.

2. Women & Money

This podcast is perfect for the listeners looking for a new topic every couple of days. Suze Orman releases a podcast twice a week talking about real issues women face involving money. She discusses relevant news stories and talks about the economy and stock market. She gives out all of the advice to get you on the path of feeling both financially and emotionally strong.

3. Future Rich

Planning ahead is the key to financial success, and Barbara Ginty can help prepare you for your financial future. This podcast breaks down some of the most relevant financial topics for listeners of all ages. Genty talks from experience, as she reflects on her own major career change at 29 and guides her listeners through other financial changes and challenges.

4. InvestED Podcast

If you are interested in the investment side of conversations, this podcast is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the stock market and how you can dive into the investment world. Just listening to Phil Town and his daughter, Danielle Town, talk about the different strategies and discuss the recent news headlines will help you feel more educated on the topic.

5. Motley Fool Money

All it takes to start feeling more confident when it comes to handling your own money, is tuning into the “Motley Fool Money” weekly podcast. The most recent business and investing stories are broken down so you can listen and follow along on the way to work or cleaning up the house.

The podcasts listed above are not an affiliate of LendingClub Bank, N.A. (“LendingClub Bank”). LendingClub Bank may receive compensation from the Afford Anything podcast for referrals it makes. LendingClub Bank does not make any representation or warranty and is not responsible for any action or event related to your use of these podcasts.

About the author

Kathleen Barrett

As the Director of Marketing at LendingClub, Kathleen has had experience in the financial services industry for over ten years. Ten years ago, while working for a non-profit focused on helping consumers work their way to financial freedom, Kathleen found her passion for financial education. Her current role puts her at the forefront of online banking trends, allowing her to share her expert advice for your personal financial needs.